http://www.desmoinesregister.com/apps/p ... ck_check=1
WOW! With people like this running the show. I may as well wait till the popular people of the world quit buying Iowa land to hunt then buy at a reasonable price. the attitudes in this article will make that happen sooner than later.
I know it is a hard subject to get people to agree on and IF the drought would not have decimated the herd the last three years so quickly most hunters would allow a lot of the so called management to keep right on going. but it did, and I think hunters are the only ones who are worried about the "WHAT IF" what if we have another year of drought in late fall? winter has become harsher and longer than most years. lucky for us the deer herd was thinned out before it got here. otherwise some of the boobs commenting on the story would be crying about starving deer.
the biggest problem I have with the whole thing is, what if they get their numbers as low as they would like and something comes along that their numbers did not account for? and it takes a major portion of their agreed to numbers way below goal........ THEN WHAT?
maybe i have it all backwards.